EFL careers are attractive for a variety of reasons. For someone with a mastery of English, who enjoys working with people, and wants to travel, being an EFL teacher
Next to buying a home, taking on an educational franchise is probably the largest financial commitment you will ever make. That’s why you need to be 100% happy
It might seem quite a leap of faith, but Elisabeth Ruelle-Megrelis’s move from an engineering and entrepreneurial background to bringing Helen Doron
Is finding a good balance between work and home possible? According to Monika Laschkolnig, it is. She believes that her career choice, as a National Franchiso
Multilingualism has always been an important part of Helen Doron English teacher and Learning Centre Franchisee Rossi Milkoff’s family. Rossi and her family
Bright and bubbly Helen Doron Learning Centre Franchisee and teacher, Harisa Haznadar, tells her Helen Doron story: “My parents always taught us that
Austrian teenager, Laura Stickler, is from a new generation of Helen Doron teachers who is following in her mother’s footsteps by becoming a Helen Doron teacher. Laura and her two sisters were brought up learning English the Helen Doron way.
Bojana Vasiljević is thrilled at the opportunity to teach English the Helen Doron way at the Banjaluka school in Republika Srpska (RS), part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. She was introduced to Helen Doron English by her husband, who saw an ad on the web
“First of all, don’t worry. This is a completely normal reaction and I hear this from almost all parents who raise their children bilingual where English is not the native language of the country.
The Helen Doron Educational Group has announced the winners of the 2018 Young Heroes Readers are Leaders campaign. The campaign reading as a superpower, motivated hundreds of teachers